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BANGKOK (October 15, 2013) Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok pre-opening management team has recently joined thousands of Radisson Blu staff across Asia Pacific to celebrate “Radisson Blu Day”.

The traditional star-shaped Thai kite known as Wow Chula was launched in the sky by pre-opening management team led by General Manager Peter Schuler to mark the hotel’s first celebration of Radisson Blu Day.  The event was also held to officially announce the opening of the Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok in the prime central area of Sukhumvit in February 2014.

“This great activity will mark not only our first Radisson Blu Day celebration but also our statement to turn Bangkok Blu in February 2014.  Kites have been well known in Thailand for more than 700 years. In the old days, the Thai kings ordered kite competitions to take place for the royal family's entertainment. This star-shaped kite represents well identity of the Thai people. Also a ‘wow’ which is a Thai word for kite signifies our goal to have an exciting, impressive and successful opening of our first class hotel in Bangkok next year,” says Schuler.
Radisson Blu Day celebration kicked off two years ago to mark the launch of Radisson Blu brand in Asia Pacific. Today, 40 Radisson Blu hotels and regional offices in Asia Pacific are celebrating this important day by arranging memorable activities to engage hotel guests, corporate clients, employees, key stakeholders and media.

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About Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok
Radisson Blu? is one of the world’s leading hotel brands, a hallmark of vibrant, contemporary and engaging hospitality, characterized by a unique Yes I Can! service philosophy. Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok features 267 guest rooms and 23 suites in an array of luxurious fashion-forward designs, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, and unrivalled dining and leisure options. Located in the heart of Bangkok on Sukhumvit Road, Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok provides easy access to the city’s public transport lines and airport, with major businesses, conferencing centres and high-end dining and leisure venues surrounding. Designed for business and leisure travellers in search of a stylish stay, discover the world of Radisson Blu at


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